!!> Reading ➹ Wild Space (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, #2) ➱ Author Karen Miller – Jwdfitness.co.uk

Wild Space (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, #2) The Clone Wars Have Exploded Across The Galaxy As Republic Forces And Separatists Struggle To Gain The Upper Hand But While The Jedi Generals Work Tirelessly To Defeat Count Dooku And His Rebels, Supreme Chancellor Palpatine Is Hatching His Own Dark Plans.The Separatists Have Launched A Sneak Attack On Coruscant Obi Wan Kenobi, Wounded In Battle, Insists That Anakin Skywalker And His Rookie Padawan Ahsoka Leave On A Risky Mission Against General Grievous But When Senator Bail Organa Reveals Explosive Intelligence That Could Turn The Tide Of War In The Republic S Favor, The Jedi Master Agrees To Accompany Him To An Obscure Planet On The Outer Rim To Verify The Facts What Obi Wan And Bail Don T Realize Is That They Re Walking Into A Deadly Trap Concocted By Palpatine And That Escape May Not Be An Option.Inspired By The Full Length Animated Feature Film Star Wars The Clone Wars And The Brand New TV Series, This Thrilling Adventure Is Filled With Provocative, Never Before Revealed Insights Into The Characters Of Obi Wan, Anakin, Padme, Yoda, Count Dooku, And Many Other Star Wars Favorites.

10 thoughts on “Wild Space (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, #2)

  1. says:

    If we give ourselves permission to say this death justifies that one, then we truly are lost.This book takes place right smack in the middle of the Clones Wars era of the Star Wars universe.Holy shit this book was probably one of the BEST Star Wars books I have ever read I may be a tad bit biased of course, since this era happens to be my favorite, but it s reallyto it than just that.The story was well crafted and pretty amazing, in and of itself Unfortunately, a lot of books set withinIf we give ourselves permission to say this death justifies that one, then we truly are lost.This book takes place right smack in the middle of the Clones Wars era of the Star Wars universe.Holy shit this book was probably one of the BEST Star Wars books I have ever read I may be a tad bit biased of course, since this era happens to be my favorite, but it s reallyto it than...

  2. says:

    I wonder how many ill things are done by those who believe that what they re doing is right The Clone Wars rages on Anakin and Ahsoka are sent to defend the Bothawui system from General Grievous while Obi Wan Kenobi must work with Bail Organa to retrieve information about the Sith.I Liked There is a lot to love about this book, but the first thing I will discuss is characters Karen Miller, newcomer to Star Wars novels, has perfectly nailed each and every one that she attempts The first that I wonder how many ill things are done by those who believe that what they re doing...

  3. says:

    Not a four star in the real world, but so much better than most SW books that Miller desires the credit A writer worth reading.And the story is a genuinely enjoyable tail of two regulars Obiwan Kenobi and Bai...

  4. says:

    One of the worst Star Wars novels that I have read It takes a full half of the book to even find its way to the actual story, is repetitive, hits its climax far too late and is just a tedious read start to finish.The worst part It s a good premise It could have been so much .The only way I could recommend this to you is if you are the type that would want to read some short mildly erotic and unintentionally hilarious fan fictionesque scenes between Anakin and Padme I only mention it One of the worst Star Wars novels that I have read It takes a full half of the book to even...

  5. says:

    Wild Space is book two in the Clone Wars series, roughly following the events of the movie release To avoid trodding the same territory as the weekly cartoon show, Karen Miller s debut Star Wars novel abandons Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano in favor of Obi Wan Kenobi The first few chapters confused me Wild Space opens immediately after the events of AOTC the Republic is cleaning up the mess, tending to the wounded, and sweeping away destroyed battle droids Anakin s just gotten his arm cho Wild Space is book two in the Clone Wars series, roughly following the events of the movie release To avoid trodding the same territory as the weekly cartoon show, Karen Miller s debut Star Wars novel abandons Anakin Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano in favor of Obi Wan Kenobi The first few chapters confused me Wild Space opens i...

  6. says:

    All the Bail Obi Wan stuff is great if a little too long everyone else seems slightly off character from the show.

  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This story begins shortly after the battle of Geonosis featured in Attack of the Clones I read this AFTER the Gambit books, which are set later in the timeline I ll admit that I d skipped this one previously for a few reasons The blurb didn t really grab me, and the paper version is a larger format trade paperback which seemed a little pr...

  8. says:

    Kind of a weird book, for the Star Wars oeuvre, muchMan vs Nature and Himself than epic battles versus droid armies or Sith Lords.Obi Wan grudgingly accepts to go on a vital reconnaissance mission with Bail Organa, a Republic Senator with whom he s never had many dealings and whom he views with distrust as a privileged, career politician.The two get on each others nerves immediately and amusingly, a situation exacerbated by having to share a small starship to maintain a low profile Thin Kind of a weird book, for the Star Wars oeuvre, muchMan vs Nature and Himself than epic battles versus droid armies or Sith Lords.Obi Wan grudgingly accepts to go on a vital reconnaissance mission with Bail Organa, a Republic Senator with whom he s never had many dealings and whom he views with distrust as a privileged, career politician.The two get on each others nerves immediately and amusingly, a situation exacerbated by having to share a small starship to maintain a low profile Think of it as Planes, Trains and Automobilesin space ...

  9. says:

    Yes, yes, yes I loved this book If only all Star Wars novels could be as good as this one Jedi Master Obi Wan Kenobi is lured to the mysterious planet Zigoola in Wild Space, only to walk right into a deadly Sith trap He gets company on his journey Bail Organa a politician Shudder Master Kenobi s disapproval of politicians in general is well noted, so it proves to be a fun trip from start to finish Kenobi is tested like never before and learns an important lesson in the process about at Yes, yes, yes I loved this book If only a...

  10. says:

    As a Star Wars novel, Star Wars The Clone Wars Wild Space is decidedly average It takes a very long time to get started Indeed, it is around halfway through the book that Obi Wan and Bail embark on their secret mission The entire first half seems to be taken up with characters having inner monologues with themselves about how unreasonable all the other characters are, and then snapping at each other in uncharacteristic ways.Miller sets up antagonism between Obi Wan and Anakin, Obi Wan and P As a Star Wars novel, Star Wars The Clone Wars Wild Space is decidedly average It takes a very long time to get started Indeed, it is around halfway through the book that Obi Wan and Bail embark on their secret mission The entire first half seems to be taken up with characters hav...

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